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beyond its borders. >> now to the scandal rocking the vatican. the pope's former butler found guilty today of stealing private papal documents and leaking them to a reporter, but tonight the butler is expecting a pardon. paulo gabrieli was always close to the pope or at his side serving dinner. it was a trusted position and he betrayed that trust, handing over thousands of copies of documents to an investigative journalist who was writing a tell-all book. it caused a sensation with accusations of fighting and financial misdealings. in court the butler confessed to the crime and said he did it out of love for the church. his lawyer said he shouldn't be remembered as a thief and even hopes that in the future his motives will be rewarded for the butler said it himself in court this morning, he did what he did for the sake of the church and of the pope. >> vatican judges disagreed, sentencing gabrieli to 18 months in prison. the butler has to wait for forgiveness from the very man he betrayed. the pope's spokesman says a pardon is likely and the pontiff will now study the court file and
the butler did it. the trial of pope benedict's former butler went on today. he is accused of passing on information to journalists. it is considered one of the worst breaches of security in vatican history. if convicted, he faces up to eight years behind bars. news around the nation now. we have more information on that debt the workplace shooting in minneapolis. the parents of the shooter say they were so concerned about their son's paranoia they enrolled in a class for families of the mentally ill. he was fired from his job by thursday morning. he returned to the business later that day and opened fire. he killed five people before he turned the gun on himself. a giant in journalism. tonight people remembering the life of arthur ochs sulzberger. the former new york times publisher died today after a long illness. he took charge of the paper in 1963. over the years the times influence and province -- profits grew. he was 86 years old. there was a sequel on the highways of los angeles. it was the beginning of carmeggedon ii. police say traffic was light and drivers are staying away f
a son to him. >>> also, we have breaking news from the vatican, where the pope's butler has just been convicted of leaking controversial documents. it's one of the most damaging scandals to hit the pope. we'll have a live report coming up from rome. >> the butler leaked the documents to help the pope. we'll tell you what his sentence is. >>> the new jobs numbers showing unemployment at its lowest level in years. now, allegations that the administration is cooking the books. do those charges have any merit? we'll take a closer look at that. >> pretty shocking charges there. >>> and a preview of the debate everyone really wants to see. the comedian versus the cable news anchor. jon stewart and bill o'reilly faceoff in rumble 2012. we'll handicap the showdown and look at how the opponents are getting ready. is stewart really prepping with colbert and a chicken? nothing would surprise me with jon stewart. >> sounds about right. >>> we're going to start with an amber alert in colorado. the fbi has joined the search for jessica rodriguez, last seen leaving for school yesterday morning. she
, the pope's butler admits to stealing from him. why he says it's for the goo of the church. >>> and a news anchor fights back after a tv viewer criticizes her because of her weight. the on-air response that's led to national headlines today. >>> startling claims that a popular style of smoke detector may not save your family in a fire. welcome back, everybody, at 4:30. i'm jim handly. >> i'm pat lawson muse. when you buy a smoke detector, you think it will sound. >> an investigation by nbc's jeff rossen found that the most common type of smoke detector may give you little warning to get your family out in time. >> reporter: a desperate mother waking up to a house full of smoke, trying to save her kids. >> as i'm trying to get upstairs, my first thought is the four people that i have upstairs. trying to make sure they're not scared to death, that they're safe and that they're okay. >> i have four children dead in the house. it's burning! >> reporter: the kids didn't make it. cause of death? smoke inhalation. so why didn't they have more warning? after all, the deputy said the house had work
washington.com. >> someone has just been taken into custody. the pope's butler makes a confession on the witness stand about why he stole some private documents and he doesn't feel guilty about it. question 7 has a new ally. a big backer is now supporting the fight to bring up big time casino to prince george's something like a plane crash keep them away from the game. >>> seven crew member have been arrested in connection with the worst boating disaster in hong kong in 40 years. the ferry and the party boat crashed last night. at least 38 people were killed. it happened during a celebration for china's national day. crew members from both boats were taken into custody today on suspicion of endangering passengers. police in hong kong will say only that the crew in their words, did not exercise caution required by law. investigators have not yet that what they believe actually caused that crash. >>> a massive clean-up effort is underway in spain after days of deadly flash floods. at least ten people died. many were swept away in the heavy currents. they include a young boy and girl
that prostitution scandal earlier this year. >> the pope's former butler takes the stand. hear more on why he says he stole private letters and what punishment he could face if he is convicted. we're back in just a moment.  [ male announcer ] for the dreamers... and those well grounded. for what's around this corner... and the next. there's cash flow options from pnc. solutions to help businesses like yours accelerate receivables, manage payments, and help ensure access to credit. because we know how important cash flow is to reaching your goals. pnc bank. for the achiever in you. who move our country forward, work hard, raise families, and keep america strong. but mitt romney's budget plan will hurt the middle class, ing taxes on the average family by up to $2,000, raise families, and keep america strong. while giving a tax break of $250,000 to multimillionaires. doesn't mitt romney understand we can't rebuild america by tearing down the middle class. priorities usa action is responsible for the content of this advertising. [ man ] when i'm in my zone... every move i make is a statement... ♪
favorite sport. >> reporter: but that fun comes at too high a price says dr. paul butler, a retired physician. the father of three who now sits on the dover school board wants to shut down the football program for good. he believes the risk of concussions and long-term brain injuries to players is too high. >> i think it's a risk. >> i think it's overly radical and it's not supported by medical evidence. >> reporter: the school board released a statement saying dr. butler's opinion is his own, and that the determination of the dhs football program has not come before the board and is not on any agenda at this time. still, parents were quick to speak out. >> the backing is there, you know. jim mcmahon just came out and said he suffers from dementia, so there is a fear. >> if you're going to stop football, you better stop hockey. >> reporter: symptoms are often subtle and easily missed. among children and adolescents, emergency room visits for sports-related brain injuries, including concussions, have gone up 60% in ten years. ask for boys, the rates are highest in football. >> from t
to have the 405 freeway back open. >>> the pope's former butler goes on trial. the surprising action the catholic leader may take if the butler is convicted. >> i'm working on a hot weather forecast coming up at 10:37, the one part of the bay area that could warm over 20 degrees for tomorrow and the timing of the cooling trend in the five day forecast. what was grandma's cold remedy? hi, primo! asopao! right, asopao! there you go cuz, so you can sweat it out! oh, and music... ( all ) music? ... heals the soul. the power to share unites us. verizon brings your entire family the savings of the share everything plan. unlimited talk. unlimited text. and data you can share with up to 10 devices, all in one plan. get the 4glte droid razr by motorola for $99.99. verizon. >>> what was being dubbed as carmaggedon two is going smoothly tonight in los angeles. this weekend's freeway closure is part two of last year's big construction project on the 405 freeway. crews demolished the bridge that spanned across the freeway. the bridge will eventually be replaced so the bridge can be widened. the s
the rangers. more is coming up 6:00. former butler accused of stealing documents. >> he tells the world why he did it. >> why scientists say the earth is warming faster than expected. >> the washington red >> covering the world, the secretary of state and the minister of afghanistan launched a bilateral investigation today. secretary clinton hosted the meeting at the state department this morning. is part of a strategic agreement -- it is part of a strategic agreement signed in may. despite recent challenges, clinton stresses the u.s. stands behind its commitment to afghanistan. bombings killed at least 31, heavily damaging syria's largest city. state media says that activists detonated a car near an officer's club. this video cannot be authenticated. friday, -- fighting in syria has intensified in the commercial hub. >> and developments in the trial of the pope's personal butler, accused of stealing sensitive documents from inside the vatican. police say that paolo gabriele had enough documents to fill two moving boxes. he is defending his actions, saying he wanted to expose "the evil and cor
's butler. we begin this morning with the race for the white house. and the abrupt turn brought on by the latest jobs numbers. the labor department said friday the nation's unemployment rate fell to 7.8% in september. that's the first time it's fallen below 8% since just after president obama took office in 2009. it's a bit of a relief for the president who is trying to move past a bad performance at the first presidential debate. his opponent mitt romney says the job numbers are deceiving. jan crawford is traveling with the romney campaign in orlando, florida. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. it has been a pretty tough week for the president. he's been trying to put that rocky debate performance behind him. that disappointed his supporters and energized his critics. we got that good news. yesterday he did. he seized on it. >> more americans entered the workforce, more people are getting jobs. >> reporter: at a campaign rally in the swing state of ohio the president also used the jobs report to make a political point with the not so subtle message to mitt romney. >> toda
. >>> the vatican says pope benedict xvi will most likely pardon his former butler after he was found guilty of stealing confidential church documents. the pope's butler was sentenced to 18 months in prison. he's said to have passed the stolen documents to an italian journalist. >>> gas prices in california jumped again overnight. drivers are now paying an average of $4.61 a gallon, some parts of the state seeing closer to six bucks. experts blame it on a series of problems in california refineries and already low supply. knbc reports the most drivers are paying 50 cents more than just a week ago. >>> u.s. officials tried for years to get a muslim cleric brought here from britain to stand trial on terrorism charges. today, that man and four others arrived in the united states. they were formally extradited and the wheels of justice are turning. richard roth with details from new york. >> reporter: it didn't take long after extradition for the accused terrorist to appear in a u.s. court. the one-eyed bearded fiery cleric didn't say much as the 11 federal charges against him were read out. wit
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in oregon. all of the men face up to life in prison if convicted. >>> pope benedict's former butler found guilty today of stealing thousands of vatican documents including some of the pope's private letters alleging corruption within the church. poolo was sentenced to 18 months in prison. he'll begin serving time under house arrest and many expect him to be pardoned by pope benedict. gabriela does not feel like a heave and did what he did out of love for the church. >>> back here at home, metro riders will soon see controversial ads at several stations. the ads from the american freedom defense initiative suggest radical islamists are savages. metro tried to delay putting them up because of the deadly protests in the middle east, but yesterday a judge ruled metro must comply by monday night. the ads displayed at the georgia avenue u street, takoma park and clenmont stations. >>> nearly all of the planes grounded by american airlines by of the seat problems are back in service tonight. american took 48 boeing 757 jets out of service after reports of seats coming loose mid-flight. the airli
. pope benedict's ex-butler on trial for theft after he allegedly leaked hundreds of secret papers from the pope's personal apartment to an italian paper. this is pretty significant for the vatican. they're known for secrecy. at least we're expected to learn a little bit of what's going on. >> we hope, deb. that is the hope. again, it's one of the most significant cases the vatican city court has heard, not to mention a huge embarrassment. paulo gabriele is one of the most trusted advisers to the pope. he leaked the papers because we wanted to expose the evil and corruption taking place perhaps in the vatican itself or in churches everywhere. he had a motive behind it. he didn't fight it. he actually admitted to the fact he did this, even though he hasn't entered a formal plea. >> intent is one thing. theft is another which is what's going to be so fascinating. saturday's initial session was held under very closely controlled circumstances. only a handful of approved reporters were inside. so what are some of the juiciest details that came out? >> we're not surprised. no cameras, no rec
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of the bank of america are on l street. >>> making headline this morning, the pope's former butler takes the stand today in a controversial case involving allegedly stolen files. >> also head, president obama and job nominee mitt romney gettingied for tomorrow night's debate. one candidate says it will be about something bigger than who wins and who loses. time now is 6:07. i'm barack o obama and i approved this message. [ mitt romney ] there are 47% of the people who will vote for the president no matter what... who are dependent upon government, who believe that they are victims, who believe that government has a responsibility to care for them, who believe that they are entitled to health care, to food, to housing, to you-name-it... and they will vote for this president no matter what... and so my job is not to worry about those people. i'll never convince them they should take personal responsibility and care for their lives. >>> officials in hong kong say six crew members have been arrested for a deadly boat collision. they're being questioned for endangering people's lives accordin
california voters can cast early ballots. >> a scandal at the vatican, this time, the butler says he did it. the information he took, and the punishment just happened down. >> the political debate that could turn into a two man comedy show, when you can see two familiar faces go head to head on stage. [ male announcer ] the career landscape of america is changing. new jobs are here, and by 2025, we could have millions more that demand qualified college graduates. many in the bay area. at devry university, our market-responsive bachelor's and master's degree programs can give you what you need to succeed in today's careers and the ones on the horizon. get the know how you need for a new tomorrow at our 4 bay area locations, online or both. learn more at devry.edu. and let nothing stand in your way. >>> pope's butler will serve a 18 month sent for documents. the butler says he leaked the pope's private correspondence out of love for the church and pope. the book reveals that the petty in fighting innages of corruption and homosexual associated with the roman catholic church. >>> closer to hom
's butler has been charged with stealing documents from the pope's desk, passing them on to a reporter. he will take the stand today in a trial. and jeffrey kofman is there to cover it. >> reporter: the pope's butler says he leaked documents to expose evil corruption in the church. today, he is facing vatican justice. and we are getting a rare glimpse inside a world that feeds on secrecy. >> he seemed calm, serious. a bit tense at times. >> reporter: no one was closer to the pope, waking him in the morning, bringing him his meals. but investigators raided his apartment, they carried off 82 boxes of evidence, including stolen documents. he is accused of being the source of damning leaks that filled the papers here all spring. saying the vatican was a sea of prupgs and coneyism. people buying audiences with the pope. >> it became painfully clear he does not have his hands on the rudder. he looks very much like a weak pope. >> reporter: the pope returned to the vatican yesterday after three months at his summer residence outside rome. at 85, he is noticeably in decline. the papacy -- the lead
to do with a long bitter labor dispute with its pilots. >>> coming up, the pope's former butler takes the stand in his own defense at his trial for stealing vatican documents. >>> also ahead, the 10th anniversary of the first sniper shooting. we look back on those first two terrifying days with the 911 call. >>> remember all those condition date signs that used to litter virginia's roads? they're gone. i'm peggy fox. i'll tell you why and what you can do if you see a sign like that where it's not supposed to be. too many americans are struggling to find work in today's economy. too many of those who are working are living paycheck to paycheck trying to make falling incomes meet rising prices for food and gas. more americans are living in poverty than when president obama took office and fifteen million more are on food stamps. president obama and i both care about poor and middle-class families. the difference is my policies will make things better for them. we shouldn't measure compassion by how many people are on welfare. we should measure compassion by how many people are able to g
worldwide. the pope's former butler on trial for leaking documents to the press. this dinner, paolo gabriellely was so trusted, he was one of the few people to have a key to the pontiff's apartment, so close, he was able to take thousands of confidential documents. >> it was a betrayal of trust. pablo says that himself. for the vatican, i don't think anyone's too worried about what was in the documents, it's the fact that the documents were taken from the pope's apartment. >> gabriella admitted taking papers his boss asked be destroyed. but according to police, they found them stashed in the butler's apartment instead. the 46-year-old passed the documents on to an investigative journalist so-called vatileaks causing embarrassment for the church with allegations of financial corruption and cover-up. gabriellely claims he saw corruption everywhere in the church and acted alone to root it out. >> he's right. maybe the corruption should be out. we should know about the vatican because there was stuff going on that no one knows about for so long that it's about time we really find out. h
long life >> . pope benedict's butler is expected to take the stand today. stealingr church document and giving them to a journalist. say that he the crime and said by the holyred spirit. faces four years in prison if convicted. >> soon we will learn if the efforts to find the body andhoffa were - jimmy hoffa. >> the teamsters boss disappeared in the 1970's. a driveway was dug up and they are testing the soil. >> investigators searching for answers after a truck and an amtrak train collided in california, injuring 20 people. the truck driver failed to center. dileo cars and locomotives off the center how fast they were going. 170 people were on the train headed from oakland to bakersfield. the federal government examining incidents in which passenger seats came loose mid flight on american airlines planes. saturday, a flight from miami made an landing after receipts came loose. monday a flight from new york to miami had to return to kennedy t as well,. the faa said both planes recently and underwent work.nance >> it's 5:49. at&t looking to step up the competition with prepaid phone c
that fascinated catholics worldwide. the pope's former butler on trial for leaking documents to the press. this morning, he learned his fate. dunn began golestani is in london. >> he said he was acting out of love for the catholic church and said it wasn't theft, but this morning, vatican judges disagreed, they found him guilty and sentenced him to 18 months in prison. wherever the pope went, his butler was nearby, up front in the pope mobile or by his side at dinner. paolo was so trusted, he was one of the few people to have a key to the pontiff's apartment. so close he was able to take thousands of confidential couples. >> for the pope, i think it was a betrayal of trust. paolo got the early sense of that himself. for the vatican, i don't think anyone's too worried about what was actually in the documents. it's the fact that the documents were taken from the pope's apartment. >> in court, he admitted taking personal letters and documents belonging to the pope. papers his boss asked to be destroyed. but according to police, they found them stashed in the butler's apartment instead. the 4
and muhammad was executed in 2009. >>> the criminal trial for polk pope ben death xvi butler is underway. he is accused of stealing and leaking documents. it ended up in a controversial book about the pope and inner workers of the roman catholic church. it is called the worst security breach in recent history. he faces up to four years in prison if convicted. he allegedly asked the pope for a pardon. he is expected to testify in court storm. -- tomorrow. >>> it's beginning to look like christmas. not really but if you don't think so you may want to ask retailers. coming up, we will bring you the list of the hot new toys that may be making your christmas list for the little ones what you need to know straight ahead and also be aware of a number new laws taking effect in maryland today. some impact your work and others involve how you travel. week explain. >> the first day of october is ushering in cooler temperatures. but a brief warmup is on the way. details coming up. >> reporter: everything is up to speed on 895 at o'donnell street. i will let you know how traffic is shaping up on 95 and 3
are following at 4:00. pat lawson muse joins us in the news room. >> coming up today, a butler who admits stealing from the pope. why he was trying to help the catholic church. in get healthy for life, why having a dog is good for your health. it could make you less likely to get sick. then, at 5:00, this man's car was stolen when it was found, he had to pay hundreds of dollars to get it back. the news 4 i team shows why it happened and where people can go to get help. this is the latest news starting at 4:00. barbara? >> thank you. >>> a last look at the forecast. >> the sun is breaking out. near 80 in southern maryland. to the west, in the 70s to upper 60s where they are getting a few sprinkles. more sun breaking out as we progress into the mid-80s. lower humidity, beautiful on thursday, friday and saturday. maybe showers sunday morning. see you tomorrow morning. >> we look forward to that. >> that's news 4 midday. thanks for joining us. tune in at 4:00, 5:00 and 6:00. >>> we'll be back tomorrow morning at 11:00. hope you plan to join us for that. until then, have a terrific day. see yo
's butler plead innocent. gabriel took the stand in the vatican courtroom defending himself against the charge of aggravated theft and he admitted he photocopped some of the holy father's items. he does feel guilty for betraying the pope's confidence. >>> and thank you for joining us at 5. >> the news edge at 6 starts right now. >>> just one day away now and the latest polls have the president ahead in the race for the white house and that does not mean the win is out of reach. and fox 5s tom fitzgerald spent the day speaking with senior officials in both camp. what are they working on? >> reporter: this is interesting. on the one hand, both the romney and obama teams are downplaying the importance of the debate tomorrow night and on to the other, a lot is riding on it and it's a chance to get the campaign which struggled to -- for mitt romney, though and this is that chance to stand next to the president of the united states in contrast and the actual economy
could learn his fate this weekend. he was the pope's butler. he admits he stole from the pope, but he says he had a good reason. >> reporter: this was paolo in his coveted role. he was charged with stealing the pope's records and personal documents, like construction contracts. he's admitted taking the documents but testified he doesn't feel guilty of a crime, only betraying the trust of a man he loves like a father. he told prosecutors, seeing evil and corruption everywhere in the chump, i was sure that a shock, even a media one, would have been healthy to bring the church back on the right track. >> he was a known and trusted person, he spoke to many people about many issues of concern that he said they came to him with. >> reporter: on the stand he described talking to the pope. i realized it's easy to manipulate somebody with such enormous decision-making power. he claims to have had no accomplices. there is one other vatican staffer accused of holding documents for gabrieli. but his role was considered minor. he could face four years in prison. but everybody you talk to here full
condition. >>> a former butler to pope benedict xvi admits to betraying the pontiff by copying and leaking confidential documents but insists his motives were pure. prosecutors say he stole the documents alleging power struggles and corruption inside the vatican and leaked them to the journalist. they say it included details about free masonry. he faces up for four years in prison if found guilty. although most vatican experts say he would likely receive a papal pardon. >>> a huge plume of jet smoke rises above the city of winnipeg, canada. a fire at a racing fuel warehouse created this seen monday and into tuesday. there were reported by 17,000 gallons of indy car and graying racing fuel in the facility. that is a lot of smoke. >>> the international space station on the move to avoid a possible collision. >> up next, detail of what is set to happen thursday morning. first, here is tucker. >> we've got fog across the area. visibility is reduced to about a quarter mile in many spots. you want to look out for that. julie wright will have a look at your traffic. i'll have a look at your weath
butler for pope benedict is accused of leaking secret documents confesses on a witness stand today. he admitted to stealing and leaking documents to the media. he denied having an accomplice or getting money for documents released. he maintains he is not guilty of the aggravated theft charges. he testified he feels he's guilty of betraying the pope's trust. he did it to expose corruption within the vatican. he faces four years in prison if convi convicted. >>> president obama and mitt romney will keep low profiles today as they prepare for their first debate. the republican presidential nominee told supporters creating jobs will be his administrations top priority. president obama didn't make any campaign stops yesterday. he's preparing right now in nevada. >>> storm 4 meteorologist tom kierein joins us right now with some explaining. huh told us it was going rain and it did as you said. >> as my aunt used to say, it rained pitch forks and hammer handles. it came down, made a lot of noise and is coming down hard around the region. traffic is still crawling through much of the region. h
state employee whose legal fees were not reimbursed by the university. >>> pope benedict's former butler admits to stealing documents and leaking them to a journalist. he took the stand yesterday in his own defense. he took responsibility for stealing the documents and insisted he had no other accomplices, but he still denies that he's guilty of the aggravated theft charges against him. he told the court that he is only guilty of betraying the pope's trust. he faces four years in prison if he's convicted. >>> one person seriously hurt after several explosions at a british columbia trucking company. a building and several tractor trailers were engulfed in flames in the fire. smoke was visible for miles. several neighbors businesses were evacuated and two lanes of a nearby bridge had to be closed. the cause of the explosions is still under investigation. >>> a base jumper is lucky to be alive this morning after his parachute got snagged on the side of a cliff. 26-year-old adam gardner got stuck about halfway down the 400-foot cliff in provo canyon in utah. rescuers had to be lowered down a
're finally letting those residents return. no one was hurt. >>> a former butler for pope benedict accused of leaking secret documents will take the stand for the if ifirst time to. paolo gabrieli is accused of stealing documents from inside the vatican and giving them to a journalist. prosecutors say he's confessed, saying he did it to expose corruption within the vatican. he faces up to four years in prison if he's convicted. >>> a peanut butter recall at trader joe's is expanding this morning. sunland incorporated makes peanut butter for several retailers. they're also including cashew butter, tahini and other products. salmonella has been found in 19 states, including virginia. >>> two people from our area are among the two dozen winners of this year's genius grants awarded by the macarthur foundation. david finankel, a journalist fr the washington post, and a writer from the district will receive a $500,000 grant. the awards with paid out over five years and allow recipients to pursue their creative vision. this year's winners work in fields from medicine to science, art, and journali
turkey. it has been four days since clashes began between the two countries. >>> the pope's former butler has been found guilty by the vatican court. he will serve a year and a half in jail for stealing the pope's confidential papers and leaking them to a journalist. he'll also have to pay the cost of the tile. >> in pakistan, a group of people are protesting u.s. drone attacks in that country. they're leading a march to south waziristan, but they say the demonstrators will not be allowed into the area. >> a wanted terror suspect arrived in the u.s. earlier this morning. radical cleric abu hamza al masri is now in new york. he's one of five men extradited today on terror chargers. >> he's wanted on 11 terrorist charges in the united states, including trying to set up a terrorist training camp at this ranch in oregon in 1999. he's accused of masterminding the kidnapping of 16 western tourists in yemen in 1998, including two americans. as well as abu hamza, four other men are being extradited to the u.s. two are accused of fund-raising for the taliban and chechen rebels online. two others f
it, damn it. >> bill: now we are getting some place. >> if he says it damn it, it's like rhett butler saying damn it. it's a clean move and it resonates at the end. >> bill: a lot of evangelicals don't want to hear that word you know that so maybe he says i was gonna say it but i won't out of respect for everyone. now, if he gets attacked, which i think he will on the 47% comment, all right? then i say the tapes on barack obama shield. you put that up as a shield. wait a minute, hold it. are you talking to me like taxy. remember taxi driver? are you talking to me? there is nobody else here. you must be talking to me. what about that? that kind of takes that whole issue off the table that divisiveness that the president is going to try to point out that mitt romney is a divisive guy and doesn't care about the 47%. >> he should say let's put it this way, mr. president, when i'm alone in a room, i speak to 53% of the country. when you are alone in a room it would appear that you speak to 14% of the country if you want to play games like that. >> bill: would you play that game though? wou
. >>> a vatican tribunal convicted pope's former butler and sentenced him to 18 months in jail. he was found guilty of stealing pope benedict's private papers and leaking them to a reporter. >>> the cdc says the outbreak of meningitis rises to seven now. more than 50 people have been infected. and some of the jurors who convicted jerry sandusky say they plan to attend his sentencing on tuesday. they tell the associated press they hope that he'll be sent away for the rest of his life. the 68-year-old sandusky was convicted of child sexual abuse. >>> sticker shock might be an understatement for californians trying to fill up their tanks today. today the price of regular gas in the golden state equaled an all-time high of $4.61 a gallon. that is up an astounding 12 cents since just yesterday, and 47 cents in the past week alone. nbc's diana alfier joins us live from burbank, california. thank you for being here. why has this price shot up so quickly? >> reporter: milissa, that is indeed the question on everyone's minds around here. check out what the price is at this station in burbank, $4.69 p
, in at least six years. and, the vatican says bthe pope former butler will be facing 18 months, for leaking the pope's private letters to reporters. >> a pop fly was ruled out under the infield fly rule, despite dropping safely in the out field and so the braves lost the one game wildcard to the cardinals, 6-3. >> arthel: politics, the race for the white house, tightening, and three key swing states according to the latest rasmussen poll, taken after wednesday night's debate, the governor leads president obama in florida and virginia and the president maintains his lead in ohio. so, what are some of the biggest deciding factors for voters in these states? an advisor to democratic senator bob casey and former staffer for democratic governor ed rendell and brad blakeman, a former assistant to president george w. bush. good to see both of you. >> good to see you. >> arthel: we'll dissect it state by state and, florida, it could come down to florida, you have the heavily courted hispanic mayor deeply divided along party lines and strengths and challenges we'll talk about for the president and g
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